Building a Stronger, More Dynamic Lehigh
Introducing GO: The Campaign for Lehigh
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This is Lehigh
Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.
Lehigh took a 17-0 lead before the game was nine minutes old and wouldn't look back, defeating archrival Lafayette on its home turf, 34-3, in the 154th meeting of college football's most-played rivalry.
Bed Races, one of Lehigh’s longest running Spirit Week traditions, features teams of costume-clad students racing beds down Memorial Drive.
The Center for Gender Equity hosted "Be Your Own" to promote healing through art.
“The Hatchery” is a new Baker Institute event where students presented innovative ideas.
Lehigh students immerse themselves in the dynamic world of Silicon Valley.
The Alumni Memorial Building is the first stop for prospective Lehigh students.
Students present projects and creative ideas at the Mountaintop Expo - a showcase of work from various university departments and programs.
Hundreds of Lehigh student volunteers participate in the SouthSide Clean Up in fall and spring, helping to clean up the South Bethlehem community.
The scutoid is a new geometric shape discovered by a team of biologists & bioengineers including Lehigh’s Javier Buceta.
Startup Academy by Lehigh@NASDAQ allows students to experience the entrepreneurship process through an immersive program in San Francisco.
Physics Professor Jerome Licini is publishing some of his teaching techniques to help students. His first work will be published in the fall issue of peer reviewed academic journal The Physics Teacher.
A new five-story student living facility will be opening in Fall 2019. Located at the corner of Brodhead and West Packer, Southside Commons will have studio, two, three and four bedroom apartments.
Lehigh students conduct original research projects in Thevenin lab.
International Week celebrates our diverse population with great events and programs.
Lehigh launches “GO: The Campaign for Lehigh,” a $1 billion-plus fundraising and engagement initiative.
Evan Chansky ‘20 spent his 2018 summer interning in Hong Kong.
Students in Professor Fink’s biology class analyze seedling traits in lab.
Residents from Creative Vibes, a themed housing option that combines Arts and community, regularly host music and arts events for the campus community.
Lehigh’s Global Citizenship Program is a multidisciplinary certificate program that prepares students from all fields to engage with a diverse and rapidly changing world.
Students organized “Speed Friending” events throughout the fall semester to bring students from different backgrounds together across campus.